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Too Much And Never Enough

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I had no sense of the time. My room was very dark, and the hallway light glared bright and incongruous under my door. I slipped out of bed. I was two and a half, and my five-year-old brother was sleeping far away on the opposite end of the apartment. I went alone to see what was going on.
My parents’ room was next to mine, and its door was standing wide open. All of the lights were on. I stopped at the threshold. Dad had his back to the chest of drawers, and Mom, sitting on the bed directly acro
...ss from him, was leaning away, one hand held up, the other supporting her weight on the mattress. I didn’t immediately know what I was looking at. Dad was aiming a rifle at her, the .22 he kept on his boat to shoot sharks—and he kept laughing.
Mom begged him to stop. He raised the gun until it was pointing at her face. She lifted her left arm higher and screamed again, more loudly. Dad seemed to find it funny. I turned and ran back to bed.
My mother corralled my brother and me into the car and took us to a friend’s house for the night.


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Guest 2 years ago

I know what most people are asking for: is the POTUS insane? The answer is not to be found in this book because it is hard and unethical for a psychologist to diagnose their family, but we do get a small insight into the dynamics of the Trump Clan.

Fred Trump Sr., namesake of Mary Trump's late father, valued toughness and emotional numbness in his children. A childhood in the House under Fred Sr. and Mary (Anne, there are loooooots of namesakes in this book) was cold and expectations on the heir aparrent, Fred Jr, were high. This book is mainly about Fred Jr. and his early death from health problems excerberated by alcoholism. Jr was a disappointment to his father, too soft and not brash enough. Never good (or bad) enough. He suffered a lot of humiliation from his father and later his brother Donald. Donald was a lot younger than Jr. and probably to avoid suffering the same fate he began to emulate his father to please him. He became the son Fred Sr. wanted and so father and son continued to build on the empire the former had founded. Unfortunately, superficial charm and bragadociousness does not translate to competence and affinity for anything and The Donald got a lot of monetary and political backing from Daddy dearest when he started off in the business. The Donald became a mythological creation of Fred Sr., and in the end both father (suffering from Alzheimers) and son (delusional) believed in.

We also get to know Fred Jr., his ambitions and dreams and ultimate destruction and why the other four siblings decided that money was worth more than family bonds like nieces and (great-)nephews. In a family that values success and money, money becomes the de facto expression of love.

There is no reason to assume that Mary is not in some small or big way driven by a sense of revenge and slight since she and her brother got tricked out of their father's share of the inheritance after Fred Sr. died. She could have written this book as soon as Unca' Donald announced he was running, or at the impeachment hearings or any of the scandals that have come and gone during his presidency. But she waits until the last possible minute, before the elections. It can be construed as a calculated move, or a desperate last ditch effort to make something stick to the Teflon Don who has gotten away with everything he's ever done.

A lot of the book reads as a redemption or explanation of why Fred Jr., Mary's father, ended up like he did. Fred Sr. was a cruel man who instilled fear and controlled his family with an iron fist and his oldest son was indoctrinated to think that he wanted to be what his father wanted him to be, but he was constantly humiliated and blamed for every little mistake. He just took it and did everything that Sr wanted, but Sr wanted a tough as nails son and Don recognized that and modeled himself in his father's image.

They say sociopaths are made, and psychopaths are born, but it is an old adage that isn't necessarily true anymore with today's science. This book might not change anyone's mind about Trump, hell, I bet not one Trumper will even pick it up, but it will show the reader that while he was created by his father, the world he lives in never ever held him accountable for his transgressions or crimes. This is nothing new, he has been conning NYC and the US since the 1970's. This society is perfect for him. Money is king and talks and impresses and this way he now has come to yield the ultimate power over America. I bet Trump would have loved Aynd Rand's books if he could read.

Guest 2 years ago

I know what most people are asking for: is the POTUS insane? The answer is not to be found in this book because it is hard and unethical for a psychologist to diagnose their family, but we do get a small insight into the dynamics of the Trump Clan.

Fred Trump Sr., namesake of Mary Trump's late father, valued toughness and emotional numbness in his children. A childhood in the House under Fred Sr. and Mary (Anne, there are loooooots of namesakes in this book) was cold and expectations on the heir aparrent, Fred Jr, were high. This book is mainly about Fred Jr. and his early death from health problems excerberated by alcoholism. Jr was a disappointment to his father, too soft and not brash enough. Never good (or bad) enough. He suffered a lot of humiliation from his father and later his brother Donald. Donald was a lot younger than Jr. and probably to avoid suffering the same fate he began to emulate his father to please him. He became the son Fred Sr. wanted and so father and son continued to build on the empire the former had founded. Unfortunately, superficial charm and bragadociousness does not translate to competence and affinity for anything and The Donald got a lot of monetary and political backing from Daddy dearest when he started off in the business. The Donald became a mythological creation of Fred Sr., and in the end both father (suffering from Alzheimers) and son (delusional) believed in.

We also get to know Fred Jr., his ambitions and dreams and ultimate destruction and why the other four siblings decided that money was worth more than family bonds like nieces and (great-)nephews. In a family that values success and money, money becomes the de facto expression of love.

There is no reason to assume that Mary is not in some small or big way driven by a sense of revenge and slight since she and her brother got tricked out of their father's share of the inheritance after Fred Sr. died. She could have written this book as soon as Unca' Donald announced he was running, or at the impeachment hearings or any of the scandals that have come and gone during his presidency. But she waits until the last possible minute, before the elections. It can be construed as a calculated move, or a desperate last ditch effort to make something stick to the Teflon Don who has gotten away with everything he's ever done.

A lot of the book reads as a redemption or explanation of why Fred Jr., Mary's father, ended up like he did. Fred Sr. was a cruel man who instilled fear and controlled his family with an iron fist and his oldest son was indoctrinated to think that he wanted to be what his father wanted him to be, but he was constantly humiliated and blamed for every little mistake. He just took it and did everything that Sr wanted, but Sr wanted a tough as nails son and Don recognized that and modeled himself in his father's image.

They say sociopaths are made, and psychopaths are born, but it is an old adage that isn't necessarily true anymore with today's science. This book might not change anyone's mind about Trump, hell, I bet not one Trumper will even pick it up, but it will show the reader that while he was created by his father, the world he lives in never ever held him accountable for his transgressions or crimes. This is nothing new, he has been conning NYC and the US since the 1970's. This society is perfect for him. Money is king and talks and impresses and this way he now has come to yield the ultimate power over America. I bet Trump would have loved Aynd Rand's books if he could read.

Guest a month ago

Life isnt just about money. Its about contentment - contentment for all or as many people as possible. Trump was only interested in supporting his white followers and minority hangers on who he had no problem with advertising only because they exalted him. They wanted what whites wanted but still couldnt get it - except in a token capacity. And what about what happened to the economy because Trump didnt act quickly enough to avert the spread of covid in the initial phases of America's contraction and spreading of covid because of his unwavering adherance to his blinding philosophy of positivity when people were dying. His cloisted, priveleged upbringing is part of the reason why he's a staunch xenophobe of some non-white minorities that this book probably covered too.

Guest a month ago

I dont see why Mary Trump has to include herself in a biographical non-fiction type of book about Trump as expressed in its title and subtitle. Trump tanked the environment, Native American land rights and minority rights etc and had ubiquitous access to power and media influence including the overt mouthpiece of conservative politics - Fox news, so its a challenge to feel sympathy for a reality douce that had his ready hands on "the football". He banged on and on with jutted arrogant lips and constantly open mouth, calling people losers when he was bailed out of his financial tanking over and over again by his daddy who also set him up with millions. He's a big fraud who has suckered the desperate or those that fear the diminishment of their superior status analogous with the amount of reactive melanine in their skin that is simply an environmental adaptation - as is black skin. His skin color and gender was his only ticket required to get him in the door. So in the pursuit of public interest Mary brought this out, way too late, but because his followers were so desperate they probsbly wouldnt have read it back then either - because he was seen as being the ' great white hope' for America. Why did Mary take so long to bring it out? Maybe because she thought that he had buckley's chance of getting in - as many did. Or maybe because it took her a while to organise, research and write it. Nevertheless it did come out and can provide a personal insider insight to someone who wasnt her client at least. As far as it being unethical, there is an argument for that, but by far, it is the lesser of too evils, when compared to him being in power and contravening the constitution among many ills committed by this overblown doucebag.
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